Plotting multiple equations on the 50g? - Printable Version +- HP Forums (https://archived.hpcalc.org/museumforum) +-- Forum: HP Museum Forums (https://archived.hpcalc.org/museumforum/forum-1.html) +--- Forum: Old HP Forum Archives (https://archived.hpcalc.org/museumforum/forum-2.html) +--- Thread: Plotting multiple equations on the 50g? (/thread-103154.html) Plotting multiple equations on the 50g? - Ken Ratkevich - 11-27-2006 Is there a simple answer to this question? The manual says it's possible but it doesn't describe how it's done. Ken Re: Plotting multiple equations on the 50g? - Raymond Del Tondo - 11-27-2006 Put the expressions you want to plot into a list, and store the list in EQ. I can't believe this isn't described in the manual. Raymond Re: Plotting multiple equations on the 50g? - Ken Ratkevich - 11-27-2006 Thanks. The answer is pretty obvious once you know what it is. As far as I can tell, this is not DIRECTLY addressed in the manual. But, since the manual (.pdf file) is 887 pages long, it is very likely that I just missed it. Thanks again,Ken Re: Plotting multiple equations on the 50g? - Brad Barton - 11-27-2006 You can also plot each equation individually. Just don't press the erase button between plots. Re: Plotting multiple equations on the 50g? - Chuck - 11-27-2006 I think you can also set two equations equal to each other, stored in EQ: 'x^2=cos(x)' Re: Plotting multiple equations on the 50g? - Marcus von Cube, Germany - 12-06-2006 Quote:I think you can also set two equations equal to each other, stored in EQ: 'x^2=cos(x)' That's true for the 28S (probably also for the 28C). I think, they removed the feature on later RPL models. Marcus Re: Plotting multiple equations on the 50g? - Marcus von Cube, Germany - 12-07-2006 I must stand corrected, the trick still works on the 48S and 48G and even on the 49g+/50g+. You have to store something like 'SIN(X)=COS(X)' in EQ and can than plot both curves simultaneously. Marcus